The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season has begun and this year in particular preparation is key. Your planning may be different this year because of the need to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. You can’t stop a tropical storm or hurricane, but you can take steps now to protect yourself and your family. WE ARE HERE FOR YOU.
Watch our 2020 hurricane preparedness video here.
Often unseen, but ever-present! Let’s take a moment to recognize our team of laboratory professionals, which includes our pathologist, medical technologists, administrators, and other laboratory staff who are the unseen heroes working around the clock to provide critical support by providing accurate test results to ensure patients receive the correct diagnosis and treatment in our fight against COVID-19.
As our clinicians and staff continue to provide care to our patients, we are overwhelmed by the support we have received from individuals and businesses, both big and small. Thank You, Project Sparkle Team Members, Ms. Ingrid Ayala-Thomas, Ms. Teryssa Thomas and Ms. Wendy Bougouneau-Andrews for donating 50 uniquely designed pieces of jewelry to be shared with our Nursing Staff. We are so grateful for your donation. It brightens our day to know that people in our community value the work of our staff at SRMC.
As grocery shopping remains a necessity during this pandemic, many people have questions about how to shop safely.
Social distancing, also called “physical distancing,” means keeping space between yourself and other people outside of your home. To practice social or physical distancing:
In addition to everyday steps to prevent COVID-19, keeping space between you and others is one of the best tools we have to avoid being exposed to this virus and slowing its spread in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
St. Thomas, USVI – May 29, 2020 - As our Territory moves forward with reopening services, we are mindful that many in our community will be seeking to renew or apply for health cards (or food handlers' cards), which are a requirement to work in the following industries: food service, childcare, beauty, barbers, spas, nail salons, and massage parlors.
If you are planning to obtain or renew your health card or Food Handler's Card at Schneider Regional Medical Center (SRMC) or at the Myrah Keating Smith Community Health Center (MKS), please note these new steps:
“We Care” is our Human Resource Team's personal mantra and it is shown everyday through their tremendous dedication to the staff of SRMC and to the overall success of achieving a High Reliability Organization.
During Hospital Week, our HR Team treated SRMC to a delectable mouth-watering breakfast that left everyone proud to be part of SRMC.
Special thanks to our HR Team, LeRue Browne, Shaka Benjamin, Laverne Oysterman, SRMC Security Team, Mr. Dyer from The Delly Deck, Ms. Catheriene Lake from Soups & Tings and Mr. Brandon Richardson.
As we continue to celebrate Hospital Week we want to say thank you to our Physicians and Medical Staff for the difference they make in the lives of their patients! Their kindness, sincere caring and concern make everything better.
SRMC would like to express gratitude to Ashok Chugani of Boolchand's St.Thomas and Pash Daswani for donating 50 pairs of Crocs to our Physicians and Medical Staff. Thank you ??
The Human Resources Department goes above and beyond everyday for the staff at SRMC. Under the leadership of Executive Director of Human Resources Rolda Mason, MPA, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, we have one of the most efficient and dedicated Human Resources departments. SRMC showed appreciation to the Human Resource Department for their positivity, patience, and helpful nature.
Thank you H&W Enterprise, Mr. Hank Honigfort, for donating snacks to our staff. H&W Enterprise is a longtime vendor of SRMC's Gift Shop.